publication . Article . 2000

Il Lazio: una regione economica?

Toscano Pia;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2000 Journal: Rivista di storia economica, issue 3, pages 305-342
Economic growth of Italy has proceeded in several directions through different ages from the unity of the nation on. Only in recent years, e.g., has Latium caught up with the most highly developed regions of northern Italy, aiming, like the north-east area, at a productive system made up of small and medium-sized industrial enterprises, and furthermore, concentrating on the tertiary sector which produces services for enterprises. Only in Rome and district has the economic development been continuous for over a century, while two provinces of the same region, Latina and Frosinone, begun their own economic growth thanks to a public intervention policy after the se...
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